The Robert F. Galindez Development School (RFGDS), Senior High School Department, primarily aims to produce employable and college ready learners. The department offers the academic strands: General Academic Strand (GAS), Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM), Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMMS), Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) of the Technical- Vocational- Livelihood (TVL) Track. Industry exposure, practicum, and international immersion are given premium; as well as competence in Social Science, Natural Science and Business Research.
International English Program (IEP)
Senior High School (Grades 11-12)
General Academic Strand (GAS) - GAS is purposively designed for those students who are still undecided as to what course or degree they want to take in college. A student who finished this strand can proceed to any college program. However, he/she has to take some subjects not taken in Senior High but required by a particular college as a bridging program to assess his/her preparedness in the field of the study chosen.
Accountancy,Business and Management (ABM) - ABM strand focuses on the basic concepts of financial management, business management, corporate operations. This strand leads the students to career in management and accounting which could be on sales management, human resources, marketing, project management, bookkeeping, accounting, internal audit, and a lot more.
Information and Communications Technology (ICT) - ICT is the strand in the Technical-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL) Track offered in St. Robert's International College. It is designed to provide learners with the technical skills and knowledge in using tools and equipment that allow people to interact in the digital world.
Humanities Social Sciences (HUMSS) - HUMSS strand is designed for those students who know how to move mountains using words. In means that these students are ready to take on the world and to talk to a lot of people. This is for those who are considering taking up journalism, communication arts, liberal arts, education, and other social science-related courses in college.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) - STEM strand pertains to intertwining disciplines when applied in the real world. The difference of the STEM curriculum with the other strands and tracks is the focus on advanced concepts and topics.
Alternative Learning System (ALS)
Alternative Learning System (ALS) provides opportunities for out-of-school youth and adult learners to develop basic and functional literacy skills and to access equivalent pathways to complete basic education. As the school aims for producing competent lifelong learners through holistic education, SRIC SHS will equip our learners with competencies required for employment, entrepreneurship, middle level skills and tertiary education as the end product of K to 12 curriculum.
International Immersion Program
The Robertine International Immersion and Massive Training Program is an activity designed to offer valuable performance opportunities, employability skills, career pathways and employment options to Grade 12 students of all strand offerings. This Massive Training Program will create an opportunity to learn from Industry Practitioners and Experts in the field of Accounting, Information and Communications Technology, and Hospitality Management develop and enhance the skills of every Robertine Students to be Employment-ready upon graduation. At the end of the Massive Training Programs, certificates will be provided to the students for their participation and assessment which will be part of their Work Immersion grades for the 2nd semester.
Bookkeeping Basics: Essential Training for Grade 12 Students is a training course designed to coach students in learning how to record financial transactions the right way. This training will teach students the importance of accurate bookkeeping to see a company’s financial health. In this training, the students will be exposed to an integrated learning experience with relative discussions and practical exercises so they will understand how financials flow from the eyes of a bookkeeper.
Computer System Servicing
Computer System Servicing Training teaches students to become expert Technical Support Staff. It covers Basic to Advanced troubleshooting and servicing strategies. You need no further PC Repair training after completing this course. This will further gain the knowledge and skills to design, build, configure, and implement a Local Area Network/WAN. The training starts from the ground up, from planning to purchasing to designing and to cabling the network and configuring the network so that it will be up and running. This will help students prepare for TESDA CSS NCII Assessment Exam.
Food and Beverage Services
Food and Beverage Services Training is designed for a high school student to develop knowledge, skills, and attitude to perform the tasks required. It covers the core competencies of (1) preparing the dining room/restaurant area for service; (2) welcoming guests and taking food and beverage orders; (3) promoting food and beverage products; (4) providing food and beverage services to guests; (5) provide room service; and (6) receive and handle guest concerns.
Front Offices Services
Front Office Services Training is a technical-vocational program that teaches students how to receive and process reservations, register, check-in, and check-out guests in hotels and motels, operate a computerized reservation system, provide reception services, conduct night audits, provide club services, and porter services.